Immigration phenomenon which is as ancient as history of humanity can be defined as
transitions of individuals from one region to another because of different reasons. This process
is not a simple change of location. It is a phenomenon which leaves deep scars at individuals'
psychology, family structure, culture, sense of identity, faith, system of values, economic level
etc. Immigration is a common phenomenon in transitive countries like Turkey. Turkey has
experienced immigration phenomenon in 3 big terms in her own historicity and each term has
come true in its own conditions. In this research, immigration phenomenon in the country's
southeast in 2000s and after has been analyzed through educational field. These influence areas
have been tackled via the factors: student, family, school - neighbourhood, teacher - classroom.
Additionally, in this research, the practices like peer guidance and peer counseling which will be
able to decrease the negative impact of immigration on education has been discussed.